Along Cook Inlet, on W coast of Kenai Peninsula, 16 km (10 mi) S of Kenai, Cook Inlet Low.
Tanaina Indian village reported in 1916 by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS). The name may be derived from the "Kali (fishermen)" clan of Tanaina Indians, with a Russian termination. Another story has the name given to a Dena'ina (Tanaina) Indian who worked at the Fort Ross colony in California between 1812 and the 1820's.
Arc Lake, Ashana Lake, Berg Lake, Bottleneck Lakes, Centennial Lake, Echo Lake, Encelewski Lake, Johnson Lake, Lower Cohoe Lake, Lower Salamatof Lake, Nordic Lake, Pollard Lake, Quintin Lake, Raven Lake, Reflection Lake, Roque Lake, Star Lake, Teack Lake, Trail Lake, Upper Cohoe Lake,